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Liquid Ledger 2 gets check printing

updated 01:50 am EDT, Wed October 10, 2007

Liquid Ledger 2

Modeless Software has introduced Liquid Ledger 2, the first major upgrade to its personal finance software for Mac OS X. The new version introduces investments and check printing and a redesigned user interface. The tool allows users to record bank account, credit card, and investment transactions; track income and expenses; design and print checks; manage a household budget; manage foreign currency accounts; generate reports and graphs; and much more. With the new investment tools, users can also record the purchase and sale of stocks, bonds, and mutual funds, track resulting capital gains and losses, and estimate the market value of their portfolio.

Also new is the ability to print checks and design check templates to match virtually any pre-printed check stock. The new Check Editor allows users to visually align fields against a scanned background image of their check stock.

The new Accounts view offers a bird's eye view of account balances. Switching between accounts is also made easier with toolbar buttons that navigate back and forth among open accounts, similar to navigating the page history in a Web browser. Liquid Ledger Personal Finance Version 2.0 is available at $80.







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